What word can be used for large amounts of rain?
Downpour, heavy and torrential refer to large amounts of rain.
We have had copious amounts of rain this June.
a singular word? No.
The word 'rain' functions as both a noun and a verb. Examples: As a noun: The rain made large puddles in the road. As a verb: It will rain today so please remember your umbrella.
monies is used when you're discussing large amounts in an economic/business situation - usually not personal finances
The word bulimic means to eat and purge. The word is used to describe an eating disorder where people eat large amounts of food and throw it up.
There is no such word as "corpious". -You possibly mean 'COPIOUS' which means abundant or in large amounts.
Yes, the word "rain" is used as a verb, as in, "Today it will rain." It is also a noun, as in "The spring rain watered the flowers."
The Latin word for 'rain' is pluvia. It's a feminine gender noun. A related word in Latin is the adjective 'pluvialis', which means 'bringing rain, growing after rain, or relating to rain'. Another related word is the adjective 'pluvius', which means 'of rain, rain-bringing, or rainy'.
No, it is not. The word rain is a noun, which can be used as an adjunct with other nouns as in rain cloud, rain barrel,and rain gauge. There is an adjective (rainy) and an adverb form (rainily) that is virtually never used.
The word "rain" can be a noun or a verb. For example, in the sentence, "I like rain." it is a noun. In the sentence "It is going to rain." it is used as a verb.
Mvua is the Kikuyu word for the English word rain.
The word finance is defined as the overseeing and management of great amounts of money by a large organization or government. In the world, this is important and is what controls the economy.
where dose the word rain come from
the compound word for rain is Britain
The word rain can be used as a noun (The rain felt good), verb (It began to rain) or an adjective (the rain storm).
The word 'rain' can be used as both a verb and a noun. Examples: We had a light rain this afternoon. (noun) They say it will rain again tomorrow. (verb)
Ame. (A-may) is the Japanese word for rain.
The word rain has one syllable.
there is one syllable in the word rain.
The element Helium, called for the greek word Helios, is named after the sun. It was named this way because of the large amounts of Helium found on the sun.
Yes, the word 'rain' is a noun, a common, concrete noun; a word for water that falls in drops from clouds in the sky; a word for a thing. The noun 'rain' is a singular, uncountable (mass) noun as a word for water drops falling from clouds. The plural noun 'rains' is a plural, uncountable noun as a word for types of rain for seasons or regions. The word 'rain' is also a verb: rain… Read More
another word for rain and snow is Precipitation this means both rain and snow
Rain is sade in Finnish.
A word that describes frozen rain is ice.
The plural noun is 'rains', an uncountable noun as a word specifically for seasons or periods of rain. The noun 'rain' is a singular, uncountable (mass) noun as a word for water drops falling from clouds. The word 'rain' is also a verb: rain, rains, raining, rained.
A blitzkrieg is a German word that means 'lightning war'. It was a process used in World War II where large amounts of men and material invaded a country overwhelming its defenses. Several countries gave up within weeks.
they can be used for many things like writing storys and answering calculations, there are loads of other things i can't name them! they are used to write and it can correct spellings. they can also be used to perhaps write letters or large amounts of writing! hope this helps
The word 'finance' is a noun and a verb. The noun 'finance' is a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for a concept. The noun 'finance' is a word for the science or management of large amounts of money; a word for a thing. The noun forms of the verb to finance are financier an the gerund, financing.
The word to express the sound of rain is Pitter - patter.
The noun 'rain' is a common, concrete, uncountable noun as a word for moisture condensed from the atmosphere that falls visibly in separate drops ; a word for a thing. The plural noun 'rains' is a word for a season or group of rain. Examples: There is often rain near the coast this time of year. The rains near the coast are frequent this time of year. The word 'rain' is also a verb: rain… Read More
This car is such a gas guzzler. If your vehicle is a gas guzzler, you will have to pay more vehicle tax in the UK.
big mathy word
Raindrop, as in a drop of rain, is one word.
No, the word 'largest' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun. The word 'largest' is the superlative form of the adjective 'large'. The word 'large' is a noun as a word for a clothing size. The noun form of the adjective 'large' is largeness.
You may have heard this word on a weather report, often with the word "rain." Torrential, when used in this context, is a way of saying the rain is very intense, and falling rapidly, like a deluge.
The Japanese word for rain is 'ame.'
Rain cloud Rain burst Rain storm
'Regen' (to rain, or just the word rain) It is raining is 'es regnet'.
The 4 letter word for a light rain can be mist.
The word rain occurs 105 times in the NKJV
Catalogue is the odd word out. Thermometer, rain-gauge & barometer are all used to measure the weather. Moron question.
Rain Man Hard Rain Purple Rain Singing in the Rain Black Rain The Rain People Rain Clouds Over Wushan
What is the translation for "chocolate rain" in Arabic?
i think its acid rain....
雨 (ame) is the Japanese word for "rain".
No, the word rain has one syllable.
Rain is usually a noun, but can be a verb, as It's starting to rain.
The noun 'rain' is a common, mass (uncountable) concrete noun, a word for moisture condensed from the atmosphere that falls in droplets; a word for a thing. Note: The plural noun 'rains' is a word specifically for a period of or the season of heavy rainfall. The word 'rain' is also a verb: rain, rains, raining, rained.